The principle itself of dogmatic religion, dogmatic morality, dogmatic philosophy, is what requires to be rooted out; not any particular manifestation of that principle. The very corner-stone of an education intended to form great minds, must be the recognition of the principle, that the object is to call forth the greatest possible quantity of intellectual power, and to inspire the intensest love of truth:" Civilization," London and Westminster Review (April 1836)n the golden rule Mill was also an influential economist. His book 'Principles' was a leading textbook until after the First World War. Initially he largely supported the free market view of Adam Smith. However, he was influenced by utilitarian socialist philosophy and he began to support more Socialist ideas, such as abolishing the wage system and replacing with a co-operative wage system..